cannot afford to make arrangements, particularly if their claims have a higher chance to go to the High Court. Moreover, conditional fees are certainly an efficient mechanism in encompassing more individuals in access to justice, and many jurisdictions have utilized the system of conditional fees with varied details working towards improving proper legal representation and access to justice. 8
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